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Feb 26, 2008
Creating original content for the purposes of selling is a hard proposition. With affiliate marketers scrambling to earn commissions off dime-a-dozen products and software enthusiasts looking to earn a quick buck with content programs, webpreneurs have turned towards creating rock solid, original content to jumpstart their money making campaigns. Creating a product from scratch, whether it is an e-book, a small software program, or an item, is not the easiest way to earn income. Private Label Articles allow you to take shortcuts and claim complete ownership of a product, meaning 100% of profits go to you.

The Nuances of Product Creation

Product creation is a booming business on the Internet. Webpreneurs scramble to hire freelance writers to write articles and software programmers to create that hot, new karaoke program. The problem is - creating your own content requires lots of time, money, and energy. Misinformed webpreneurs may settle with Adsense dollars on 20 articles at $10 each to see profit in six months on a generic niche site. Plus, hiring web content writers and developers means setting deadlines, monitoring progress, and the fear of unfinished work. When it comes to product creation, there are a lot of moving parts. When one is ignored, it could ruin the whole process.

The Alternative - Other People's Products!

Using private label rights means selling someone else's products. A product can come complete with fresh graphics, original articles, lead generation forms, autoresponder series, and more. The kicker is - with Private Label rights, you can modify, add, and delete content to original, copyrighted content in any way and add your name on top (like a cherry.)

The Run-Down

With Private Label Rights, you could -

Buy 50 articles on home furniture design, modify its contents (even just one word, although it isn't recommended), and re-distribute them for sale without breaking copyright laws.

Add twists to your Private Label Rights content to meet your individual style (i.e. corporate logos, industry jargon to articles) and pass it off as your own groundbreaking product.

Combine PLR articles into reports

Use them as part of an email autoresponder series to lure more visitors and subscribers to your pages.

Submit them to article directories for maximum exposure and links back to your page

You are the sole author of the work. No credit is given to its original author!

Pay less money for content

Digging a Little Deeper -

Private label rights create new products out of original sources. Different markets could be tapped into. It creates a brand and an image, where you have free reign over content, logos, structure of the work (i.e. turning a bland Private Label Rights e-book into dozens of articles for distribution), etc.

PRIVATE LABEL RIGHTS JARGON in a NUTSHELL

There are Resell Rights and Private Label Rights, and it's important to know the differences. Basically, resell rights allow you to resell a product as is to earn money. In contrast, private label rights allow you to edit, change, and rebrand products to make them your own and create new products out of them. Let's take a closer look:

1) Unrestricted Private Label Rights - the most flexible of all rights and therefore most valuable. You can do nearly anything with these products including renaming, branding and selling as your own, editing, and bundling with other products in a package. You can also give them away, and you can sell or giveaway rights for others to resell, master resell, or private label. The danger with giving these rights is nothing prevents buyers from turning around and selling them the same day at price and "stealing" your sales.

2) Private Label Rights - similar to unrestricted in that you can rewrite, edit, and call products your own. But usually they have some limitations like only sell above a certain price and cannot give for free.

3) Master Resell Rights - Resell Rights, vs. Private Label Rights allow you to resell products but not edit them in any way. You cannot call them your own, you cannot add or edit the content. With Master Resell Rights, you can also give away the resell rights to others, and often you can give away the Master Resell Rights, allowing others to resell the resell rights.

4) Resell Rights - these are the weakest of all rights and therefore least valuable. You can only resell the product. You cannot change it in any way and you cannot giveaway or sell resell rights.
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